Welcome To ExSciton
ExSciton nurtures scientific curiosity in Students. When they seek knowledge about the world around them, ExSciton guides them towards a better understanding of countless existing phenomena. At ExSciton, we believe in an ‘engaged learning’ approach where we encourage students to observe their surroundings, ask more and more questions, experiment and communicate their key learnings with their peers. The curriculum at ExSciton is aligned to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and we integrate a variety of learning methodologies in our classrooms for a better understanding. We have four levels of curriculum designed to fit students from Kindergarten through Middle School. We also prepare our Students for competitive events such as MIT Science bowl, etc. We aspire to create future scientists who will play pivotal roles in changing the world.
ExSciton is led by Abhishek Kumar and Naina Sharma. Abhishek is a Professor of Engineering at Northeastern University. He has a PhD from University of Michigan, has a Master’s degree from the University of South Florida and Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from IIT BHU, India. Naina works with a Healthcare Company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and has a degree in Economics and Finance. Both Abhishek and Naina are highly passionate about Science. Their strong interest in the subject keeps them motivated to help students excel in this field. They have also been working as an educational consultant for the last 10 years and have helped many students secure admission in top universities as they are well acquainted with the admission process at both undergraduate and graduate level in the USA.
Subrata Chandra is a PhD student of Chemistry in University of Massachusetts Lowell. He did his Masters from IIT Hyderabad and undergraduate from University of Kolkata.
Siva is healthcare research scientist with expertise in various fields including data science, data security, and engineering design. Siva did his PhD from Purdue University and undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Chennai.
Madhuresh is employing systems biology and experiments with computational modeling and mathematical approaches to enhance precision, predictability and productivity in biotech industry. Madhuresh did his PhD from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and undergraduate from Indian Institute for Science Education and Research.
Mia obtained PhD from Dr. David Haussler’s lab at the University Of California, Santa Cruz. She studied biomolecular engineering and bioinformatics and her research focused on cancer genomics. Currently she teaches at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Joseph Harkness is currently a junior student in Northeastern University. He is passionate about passing his learning and experience to younger students.
Katerina is a undergraduate student at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA. She is presently pursuing a bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering with a double minor of Manufacturing and Aerospace Engineering.